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Walking through time in Speyer

For 2,000 years Speyer has played an influential role in European religion, politics and commerce. This city along the Rhine is waiting to be...

Helping students adjust after PCSing

Afraid you don’t know anyone at your new duty station?

American youth soccer options in Europe

When you move overseas with a child that is involved in sports, it can be challenging to find a program that is comparable to the one that you...

What to do after school? Your CYS childcare options

Army Child, Youth and School Services (CYS) offers regular before and after school care, as well as hourly care, for elementary school age...

Student ambassador and youth sponsorship programs

Imagine your first day in a new school. You know not a soul. You search the crowded halls for a smiling face or even eye contact.

Summer programs on and off base

Being stationed overseas does not mean that there is a lack of exciting, educational and entertaining summer activities for school-age kids.

Breaking the language barrier

Learning even a little of the local language will improve your experience of everyday things like shopping, dining out and traveling.

Volunteer ideas for kids

The world of volunteering can be overwhelming, even more so if you have children.

SKIESUnlimited classes you will want your kids to attend

Take advantage of these great SKIESUnlimited classes for your children and teens.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Healthy, active children and academic achievement

Nutrition and physical activity are linked to academic achievement, so making sure your children are healthy and active will assist them in reaching...
John Casey of Ramstein High School is representing the Department of Defense Education Activity in the 55th annual United States Senate Youth Program in Washington, D.C., a merit-based, competitive program for the nation's top student leaders. COURTESY JOHN CASEY

DODEA Europe seniors among nation’s top student leaders in D.C.

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Two American students attending Defense Department schools overseas are getting a close-up look at the federal...

Babies spend time outdoors on a warm fall day at the Air Force's Vogewel Child Development Center in Kaiserslautern, Germany. Officials say staffing shortages due to the federal hiring freeze may affect some families seeking on-base child care in the Kaiserslautern Military Community. JENNIFER H. SVAN/STARS AND STRIPES

Kaiserslautern child care hit by federal hiring freeze

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Families seeking on-base child care in the Kaiserslautern area — home to the largest U.S.

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